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Companeros ()

Vamos a matar, compañeros (original title)
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A Swedish arms dealer and a Mexican peon team up to rescue the intellectual leader of the Revolutionary cause, while taking part in numerous misadventures along the way.

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Yodlaf Peterson
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El Vasco
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Professor Vitaliano Xantos
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Lola
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General Mongo Álvarez (as Francisco Bódalo)
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Colonel (as Edoardo Fajardo)
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Zaira Harris
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Casino Croupier (as Luigi Pernice)
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John's Henchman
Jesús Fernández ...
Xantista
Claudio Scarchilli
Lorenzo Robledo ...
Captain Jim
Giovanni Petti ...
Border Officer
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Lieutenant
Gianni Pulone ...
(as Giovanni Pulone)
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John Svedese
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rafael Albaicín ...
Mongo Henchman (uncredited)
Simón Arriaga ...
Mongo Henchman (uncredited)
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Mongo Henchman (uncredited)
Cantori Moderni Di Alessandroni ...
Choir (uncredited)
Ramón Fernández Tejela ...
Xantista (uncredited)
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Pepito Tigrero (uncredited)
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Rosenbloom Henchman with Brown Suit (uncredited)
José Luis Lizalde ...
Cantina Barman (uncredited)
José Marco ...
Fort Yuma Corporal (uncredited)
Antonio Padilla ...
Mongo Henchman (uncredited)
Joaquín Parra ...
Patrol Lieutenant (uncredited)
Vicente Roca ...
Rosenbloom Henchman with Tropical Hat (uncredited)

Directed by

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Sergio Corbucci

Written by

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Arduino Maiuri ... (written by) (as Dino Maiuri) and
Massimo De Rita ... (written by) and
Fritz Ebert ... (written by) and
Sergio Corbucci ... (written by)
 
Sergio Corbucci ... (idea)
 
José Frade ... (dialogue) (uncredited)

Produced by

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Antonio Morelli ... executive producer

Music by

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Ennio Morricone

Cinematography by

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Alejandro Ulloa

Film Editing by

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Eugenio Alabiso

Editorial Department

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Giuseppe Romano ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Adolfo Cofiño

Costume Design by

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Jürgen Henze

Makeup Department

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Giuseppe Capogrosso ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Maria Alabasio ... unit manager
Enrique Bellot ... unit manager
Norberto Soliño ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Sabatino Ciuffini ... assistant director
Ricardo Huertas ... assistant director
Manfred R. Köhler ... assistant director (as Manfred Köhler)

Sound Department

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Nick Alexander ... dubbing engineer
Italo Cameracanna ... foley artist / sound effects editor
Antonio Forrest ... sound engineer
Jesse Mestas ... commentary re-recordist (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Giovanni Bergamini ... camera operator
Domenico Parrello ... grip
Ruggero Radicchi ... assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Osanna Guardini ... wardrobe assistant

Music Department

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Bruno Nicolai ... conductor
Cantori Moderni Di Alessandroni ... choir (uncredited) / chorus: theme music (uncredited) / music performers (uncredited) / performer: theme song (uncredited)

Other crew

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Lamberto Andreani ... production coordinator
Francisco Bellot ... production coordinator (as Paco Bellot)
Carlo Alighiero ... voice dubbing: Eduardo Fajardo (uncredited)
Ferruccio Amendola ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Gianfranco Bellini ... voice dubbing: Lorenzo Robledo (uncredited)
Laura Betti ... voice dubbing: Karin Schubert (uncredited)
Roberto Chevalier ... voice dubbing: Jesús Fernández (uncredited)
Gualtiero De Angelis ... voice dubbing: Fernando Rey (uncredited)
Arturo Dominici ... voice dubbing: Gérard Tichy (uncredited)
Michele Gammino ... voice dubbing: Josè Canalejas (uncredited)
Sergio Graziani ... voice dubbing: Franco Nero (uncredited)
Flaminia Jandolo ... voice dubbing: Iris Berben (uncredited)
Glauco Onorato ... voice dubbing: Álvaro de Luna (uncredited)
Bruno Persa ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Alessandro Sperli ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Enzo Tarascio ... voice dubbing: José Bódalo (uncredited)
Sergio Tedesco ... voice dubbing: Jack Palance (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Arms dealer Yolaf Peterson aims to make a sale to guerilla Mongo, but the money is locked in a bank safe, the combination known only to Professor Xantos, a prisoner of the Americans. Yolaf agrees to free Xantos, accompanied by reluctant guerilla Basco, but a former business partner of Yolaf's- John 'The Wooden Hand', has other ideas. Written by Tom Seldon

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Taglines Death was their trademark, money their code of honor, and they're destined to kill each other. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Zwei Compañeros (West Germany)
  • Laßt uns töten, Companeros (West Germany)
  • Los compañeros (Spain)
  • Compañeros! (United States)
  • Companeros (Canada, English title)
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Runtime
  • 118 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia At one point, Tomas Milian is seen dragging a coffin out of a graveyard. This is a reference to Sergio Corbucci and Franco Nero's previous collaboration Django (1966) in which the title character drags a coffin behind him. See more »
Goofs When El Vasco (Tomas Milian) tear open the blouse of Lola (Iris Berben) to reveal her breasts, the tan lines from a Bikini are clearly visible. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Spaghetti West (2005). See more »
Soundtracks Vamos A Matar Compañeros (Titoli) See more »
Quotes Yolof Peterson: Excuse me, but your mother is a prostitute, your father is a crook, and your grandfather is a man with a very broad buttocks.
Pepito Tigrero: What?
Yolof Peterson: Allow me to explain. Your mother is a whore, your father is a damn thief, and your grandfather is a notorious fag.
[Yolof punches Pepito out]
Yolof Peterson: I generously spared your sister...
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